Season 9, Episode 11
David Wilcock: All right. Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. And we are here, once again, with our special guest insider, Emery Smith.
And Emery, again, I want to thank you so much for finally stepping forward to do this.
Emery Smith: Well, thank you, Dave. It's been a long time, as you know, around 10 years for me to come out and talk about it.
And I think it's time for the people to know to add to what you have already been teaching.
But there's some gaps there, and I want to help you fill those if you have any questions with them.
David: We had talked about this briefing that I got from Pete Peterson that was very recent in this idea that he was following up on what he gave us on a previous episode of “Cosmic Disclosure”.
David: We were talking about the idea that there are these vast carved tunnels underground – smooth, almost glass-like interior – like it's . . .
Emery: Obsidian. Yeah.
Emery: Melted rock. Yeah.
David: So you know about this?
Emery: Yes, I know.
David: And he said that, in some cases, they follow the Nazca Lines, and that there are these chambers off the sides that look like people were living there, but it appears that whoever was there just took all the stuff out when they left.
So could you just speak to that for a second – that part of it? The idea that somebody might have cleared everything out, and it might not have been us, per se, but maybe it was the beings themselves.
What do we know about why it was so abandoned looking?
Emery: Well, there's actually a lot of the craft down there, and they're connected to many other tunnels.
I don't know what he was debriefed on, but what I was debriefed on is, you know, there's over, you know, 200 to 300 craft down there, and many beings that are kind of petrified into the walls.
And it is like a lava tube-type of cave system, where it was intentionally melted, it looks like, and frozen in . . . like frozen . . .
Emery: . . . in some moment and some sort of suspended animation, I would say.
David: Well, that is interesting that you said 200 to 300 craft, because this briefing from Pete, he was speculating that there might be as many as possibly 500 down there.
David: So that's a very similar number.
Emery: Oh, well, just in Mexico alone, in that area is about that, but those go way down south too.
Emery: So this is a big collective group of scientists, which have now just had to turn it over to the U.S. government.
David: So another one of the things that he said in this briefing that I've never shared with anyone, and I'm just going to drop it on camera right now, he said that the latest intel that he's aware of is that there are evidence of five different epochs on Earth of extraterrestrial colonies that were fairly large and fairly considerable when they happened - that they're almost all underground.
And he said that of these five eras, some of them go back millions of years, and that they are very different: the type of technology, the type of society, the way that everything looks. It's all very different.
So I'm wondering if you ever heard about there being like five major, if you will, ages of extraterrestrial colonization of Earth?
Emery: I've heard up to five. I've kind of known of three, because of artifacts and beings, but that's just secondhand.
I mean, firsthand that I've seen the stuff and read the briefings, and I've seen some of the technology and some of the bodies, of course.
But, yeah, that is correct. There must have been at least five different civilizations that, you know . . . We're talking million year gaps though.
Emery: We're talking, you know, different times, you know. And I think maybe that might be correlated with the stuff in Egypt and Antarctica, and, you know, ancient Lemuria and Atlantis.
It's all kind of tied into different time zones, because the symbols and the thing they're finding, and all the equipment and technology, is completely different, like you said.
So there are a lot of scientists out there they are hiring now to put in like . . . to crack this code, like, what does this mean?
And some of the stuff they can't operate, of course, because they don't understand consciousness is just a technology, number one.
Number two, it's such a higher science that we're not even . . . we've never even learned it, and it's so beyond us that we wouldn't be able to understand it if I was an ET talking to you trying to explain it, because it would be beyond your, you know . . . It would be beyond your brain to assimilate that, knowing what you know now.
David: I was particularly fascinated in the previous episode when you talked about the idea that similar ruins as Antarctica were found in a cave in Costa Rica. And I want to throw something at you and see what you say.
One of the insiders told me about a complex that was found underground in Ecuador, and that Neil Armstrong and certain other NASA astronauts were given the ability to go in there.
It's VERY advanced. It's VERY amazing, and it's similar to Antarctica.
And I've never found another insider who had a corollary point of data for that particular thing.
I've tried Pete. I've tried Corey Goode. They didn't know about Ecuador.
Emery: I did tell you it was NEAR Costa Rica on the last episode.
David: Oh! Right.
Emery: So correct. Yes, I've been there.
David: You've been to the one in Ecuador?
David: Well, from what I heard, it's absolutely amazing.
Emery: Yes, it seems to have already started its own flora and fauna growing in this . . . There's a craft that crashed there a very long time ago, and it still had some sort of energy system on.
It must have carried extra bacteria or something because deep down in there it's actually kind of a very bio-luminescent type feeling, and its atmosphere is a little different than the atmosphere on top.
And it's NOT very deep under the ground, so you know.
Emery: But I can tell you that the plant life down there is unlike anything I've ever seen on Earth, . . .
Emery: . . . so that was really astounding. Of course, some of the little insects and other things that were running around were also very different. And this is . . .
Emery: This place is highly guarded and has a really good security system, but I think it's going to be brought to the public because of other organizational satellites are now picking up on Inner Earth things just by accident. So it's going to be hard for them to hide this one.
So he is correct about this . . . Did he call it a cave or . . . ?
David: He just said it was an underground complex.
Emery: Right. It's an underground complex. But it really was a craft that we think may have crashed there or stayed there at one point, and then they started building around it.
And then, since it was so close to the surface of the Earth, the water . . . and it opened up and runoff went in there and some of the flora and fauna has mixed with this stuff, whatever they brought, or it could be the energy from this craft in there that's changing all this stuff.
And I can't got into more detail than just that.
David: Okay. It's been driving me crazy that he used words like “very amazing”, but then wouldn't give me any actual detail of what we might see.
So could you give us a little bit about what we might see if, at some point, we get to go in there?
Emery: Yeah, I can, I just hate to use movies as a retrospect.
David: But movies are programmed with information to discredit whistleblowers.
Emery: It would make “Avatar” land look like a small school playground.
Emery: Everything in there had fluid running through it. The stems of the branches look like it, you know, had fluid running through everything.
Emery: There was light, you know, like light from everything – all different kinds of shades of light. Light I've never seen before.
Not just talking about the colors of the rainbow, but so many amazing colors.
And the plants are the most amazing things, and they're like conscious, not like our . . . Of course, all plants are conscious, but they are different in that way.
Everything down from the leaves to the soil was sponge. It was soil. The soil was all sponge, like you're walking on a one-inch foam mattress, I could put it, you know, how you feel that little gushy?
Emery: And everything is really humid.
And there were little creatures, like little animals, like the size of mice there that were like naked moles, like naked little shrews, running around that were definitely different. They actually had color that was emanating from them, and I don't know if it was a reflection of light from the light that was in there or if they were emanating light.
I was not there to, you know, talk about that specific thing. I was there on some . . . to do something else. But it was the most fascinating . . . one of the most fascinating things I've ever seen here on Earth.
And I do believe there's a lot of other biospheres that are formed. This one just got cracked open somehow and mixed with a lot of our stuff, and that's what they were concerned with. Would it leave this area? And it can't.
The plants they took out of there, and the animals they took out of there, could not survive on the surface of our Earth.
Emery: So it is its own type of biosphere. And maybe there is an electromagnetic field that's protecting, you know, the opening in that area from anything, you know, going out or, you know, coming in.
David: Part of what he meant by “very amazing” . . . And I'm really glad to hear these details. It's making a lot of sense now.
And, I guess, I'll just say this first that, apparently, this was one of the ways that Neil Armstrong and other astronauts were bribed to stay quiet.
And from what you're describing, it sounds like it is so incredible that you would want to stay quiet just so you could go there more than once maybe. Or . . .
Emery: Yeah, there was an exchange of favors. There's no money ever exchanged in these programs. It's all favors.
Emery: And if you don't comply and take the favor, then there's usually a big problem. Favors such as bringing also the astronauts to Antarctica, as you know.
David: Right. Yes.
Emery: So . . . And all of these other places that are very special in the planet that we haven't even elaborated on yet, as this one is.
So there's multiple places like this, actually. They're in the Earth and around the Earth. It's just that this one happened to be cracked open like an egg and beautiful things come out.
David: As for technology, when he mentioned “very amazing”, he did imply to some degree that there were things that looked like a really cool spaceship that you would see when you went in there.
So could you elaborate a little on that part as well? Like what's the interplay between technology spaceship-looking stuff and stuff that looks like the gardens in “Avatar”?
Emery: Well, the craft there are light, and so it's not something you'd kick the tires on. Ha, ha. And the light is palpable. And it is round and oval, and it is very long and thin, but it's large. It's fairly large, what I saw, and I didn't get to go all the way in, by the way.
I was only in the first 300 yards, so, and that was enough for me to be completely . . . My mouth dropped open.
Emery: And so this light craft is palpable. So think of light not being blinded like the lights we have right now on us, but a light that glows that you can see it and focus on it without being blinded.
And you can enter it from any place you want on the craft . . .
Emery: . . . once . . . when you walk up to it and touch it. It's a biometric-type thing.
David: I mean, that's very interesting, Emery, because when Pete was on “Cosmic” talking about this craft in Antarctica, he described that it had a sort of diffuse glow.
Emery: That's right.
David: That everywhere was just light, and no matter where you went, it seemed like the light was always there.
And he also talked about how one of the children that was brought in for these programs figured out that you could speak to the craft, and you could talk to it, and it would mold itself based on what you wanted it to do, and what you told it to do.
It was able to figure out language or thought, or something.
Emery: Absolutely. Yes, definitely. That's, you know, . . . The whole consciousness is just a technology that we call it here today on Earth.
And the craft are all alive, and you don't have to . . . To fly a craft, you just have to kind of say, “Go”, and where you want to go. It's that simple. And . . . Or think where you want to go, and it'll get you there safely.
And wherever you look in the craft, you can see completely outside the craft. So no matter where you look, it opens up, and you can see very clearly exactly where you're looking to a very wide angle, . . .
Emery: . . . including up and down.
David: And can you also get binocular vision, like telescoping vision?
Emery: No. I have not experienced that.
David: Well, one of the things that Pete talked about was that our more advanced fighter jets, the classified ones, have this technology that goes through these nubs in your shoulder blade.
If you feel your shoulder blade, there's a little dimple in there, and he said there's a lot of nerves that cross in. And he was part of a team that figured out how to pump signals in through those points that they called ports, and you can actually allow people who are blind to see.
And that on the jets, the jets don't need windows, but you can look out from your mind's eye, and it's the same as vision, except that it also has binocular telescoping function.
Emery: You mean you don't need heads-up display.
Emery: Not . . . You need your . .
David: It's in your head.
Emery: You need your, of course, protection.
Emery: Right. Yes, that's definitely true. It's been out for a while. It's kind of old technology.
David: Ha, ha. Old technology?
Emery: Ha, ha. I'm sorry. And that's . . . They even make toys now, where you hook up something to your finger and think, and the ball floats in the air with a fan or something.
Emery: So all that is real, and that's kind of old technology compared to what we have now – especially with the new suit program, and things like that, is all incorporated into, like you said, into the helmet, where you can think, like you just said, with some of these helmets. And you can zoom in, zoom out.
You see in different wavelengths and light, and, you know, just like you said. So [i] very familiar with that. I can definitely concur and confirm what he said was true.
David: Well, I guess since we're on a technology theme here, let's talk about the exosuit, or smart suit, or whatever you want to call it.
So could you tell us . . . Now, you gave me some very fascinating information about this suit before.
Emery: Oh my gosh, so much fun, the suit. Yeah.
David: And you've actually had the pleasure of using one.
Emery: Yeah. Yeah.
David: So tell us about these smart suits.
Emery: Wow! That's a big one, because that's like a whole series. Would you like me to start on just the amazing technology that's embedded in it, such as . . .
David: Well, what is it, first of all?
Emery: Well, number one, it was designed to be able to go anywhere, and . . .
David: Is it a suit that you wear? Like what people . . . We've got to give people a visual first.
Emery: Oh, okay. Well, the way . . .
David: What would you see on somebody who is wearing one?
Emery: If you would see this suit, what it would look like, if someone had, like a scuba suit on.
Emery: A very small amount of neoprene, but it's not neoprene at all, but it would . . . It fits that tight, and it's very, very thin.
And the suit has the ability to absorb all the shock on your body, if you were to jump, you know, 40 feet off a cliff onto the ground. So all the weight is distributed into the whole suit, so your body will feel nothing at all.
Emery: It also is bulletproof; it's shockproof. It's electromagnetic proof, to an extent.
It has the capabilities, and the helmet are just fascinating. It is all mind/thought-controlled, because it's actually connected to you, like you said, with these little things in your back, but not . . .
David: What about things like heat and cold?
Emery: Yeah, that's the best thing about it is: it will keep any temperature that, you know, you want. It actually measures your body at all times, and knows how much sweat you're sweating. It knows, you know, how much air you're breathing, your body temperature, your blood pressure, everything.
It also can tighten to absorb impact and release, so you can actually be so comfortable wherever you're at. So you wouldn't even feel it. You'll feel like you're naked.
But in a time where you're about to move, it all tightens up and activates, you know, in nanoseconds.
It was made as a super soldier suit to replace the old, you know, dilithium “Predator” suits that just were, basically, for the camouflage, but you had to wear armor underneath those.
So now, this one has different . . . because I think it has different types of composites in it and . . .
David: All right. Well, “dilithium predator suit”. So please explain what is a . . . The movie “Predator”, of course, . . .
Emery: Oh, that's just . . .
David: The being in “Predator” is like sometimes invisible.
David: But it has this thing on its arm that you can . . .
Emery: Yeah, it's the pop culture term, you know. I'll never use . . . I don't use the real terms for these devices.
Emery: But you know, this type of suit, basically, are small round, like pyramids, but they're round. They're faceted.
And at the bottom of the pyramid is a mirror. And these are very, very small – smaller than . . . They're about, I think, 0.3 of a millimeter of a . . .
Emery: Yeah, 0.03 or 0.3. So there's thousands of them per cubic centimeter.
Emery: And what happens is, when light hits it, it reflects the light that's around you, you know, that's in front of you. And it also . . . With the old suits, it would reflect basically what was behind you, because you wanted to stand up against something, and you want to see the chair. You don't want to see me.
But it wasn't very effective, but it's really good, of course, at night and it's good during the day if you're in some jungle warfare.
But it's not as good as the one in the movie, of course, . . .
Emery: . . . but it was darn good, and it saved a lot of people's lives. So that's what that is.
The upgrade from that is: let's get a suit that's better than Iron Man, but gives you mobility, so you don't ever have to take it off. You could wear it for seven days.
David: It cleans you?
Emery: So that was what they're doing . . . And gives you nutrients, at the same time.
David: You don't need to eat and drink?
Emery: You don't need to eat or drink because it goes through your skin, because they have now developed a way to have nutrients and water absorbed through the skin.
David: Do you have to kind of get past an initial hunger feeling to . . .
Emery: Well, everyone still, you know, eats and drinks, and stuff.
David: Oh, okay.
Emery: It's not like, you know . . . It's just for if you HAD to.
Emery: You know, you wouldn't have to.
Emery: But, you know, the suit does have to be maintenanced, you know, like a jet. It's not like you can just wear it for a year.
And it's charged with a very special type of water that's charged, and that's how they do it. That's how it actually operates through this charged plasma.
David: Is there any little box or bump on it that's like . . .
Emery: Nothing. No, it's flawless, seamless.
Emery: It does have like a Ziploc feature, like a suit would, when you get into it.
All suits are made specifically for the operator. It has to be, because it won't work correctly. You could actually . . . If you were to jump in my suit and then try to go do something, you could actually hurt yourself.
David: That makes sense.
Emery: So what they're trying to do now is make an all-in-one that contours. Like it has its own AI to know, “Oh, so anyone can use these suits.” So in the future, they'll probably have that.
And then there's a problem with the helmets that they're having with it, but I'm sure it's fixed by now.
David: Before we get to that, what could you tell us about things like, for example, running and jumping if you had the suit on? What would be different about that?
Emery: Well, you can run up to 38 miles an hour.
Emery: And it won't let you fall. It's got a special system in it that . . . You have to understand the suit has billions of these lines, these like, let's say, like dental floss lines in it. So each thing can tighten anywhere.
So if you did . . . You know, it absorbs every bullet that comes to you, you know. I mean, you're not bulletproof, but for the most part, it'll stop a 223, no problem.
Emery: So what happens is it knows if you're getting wobbly and about to fall, and it'll put pressure on that, and that whole side of the suit will tighten to realign you so you can keep going.
Emery: Because you can . . . It is made to actually run through any terrain, like very rocky terrain, and also carry a lot of weight with you.
Emery: Yeah. So you could actually jump off a cliff, do a back flip – even though you're not a gymnast – and you will land on your feet like a cat.
Emery: It will not allow you to land on your head or hurt yourself. And the suit will take over and, you know, curl you into a ball and make sure you're going to land on your feet. It's very interesting.
It also has little types of things that can project out. The suit can actually project out little fins and things on it for swimming, and also for when you . . . if you did mess up and you are actually jumping too high to change the way you're falling, in case you were unconscious, let's say.
David: So what about jumping in particular? Let's talk about jumping.
Emery: Jumping is amazing. I mean, you could jump, I think, up to around 50 feet . . .
Emery: . . . 50, 55 feet from the ground with no pack, with no weight.
Weight is . . . If you have any little weight on you, it calibrates it and that does affect everything for the suit.
And the suit self-calibrates. It's reverse-engineered extraterrestrial technology that they use. It's definitely not something that we just thought of brilliantly and made.
So it is something that is using a lot of this other technology in it. It was developed only for like really, really upper-class, special-ops projects people, which has nothing to do with the government. I'm talking about a very higher level of, you know, things.
So now we have the opportunity to bring this to the world, without all the special features, but the protective features that we would like to give it to, of course, you know, start off with like the police officers and the firemen, and stuff, because it's amazing.
It can protect you from heat, of course, cold.
David: All right. Let's be a little more specific though.
David: When you say “we . . .
David: . . . could you be more specific about who is “we”? And how would this suit be able to get out to the public?
Emery: The people who have invented this suit, I'll just say, want to see it put to good use. And there's other, you know, types of these suits, of course, that can do other things that are, you know, war-like type things.
So instead of doing, you know, going that level . . . because these are prototypes, you have to understand. This is not available yet for any . . . you know, too many. So these are all prototypes.
So they're out there, you know, thinking, you know, what are they going to do with it?
The reason I got involved with it was because they needed a substance that I had, and it was: “If you could get us the substance for the suit, to make it levitate, then we can make a deal with you with the suit.
“We can give you your own suit, but you know, we have to, of course, keep the suit, but you can have it, you know, whenever you want. Of course, you can't, you know, go running around cities with it or show it off, but, you know, you can go to undisclosed huge places out in the middle of nowhere in the United States and have, you know, do your own testing on it.”
And that's what I wanted to do, because I knew the materials that it was made with – especially the helmet I was working with, which is completely separate from the suit, but it was going to be made for the suit.
You know, it was completely materials I knew were extraterrestrial origin that they just reverse-engineered.
David: You kind of quickly said something about it levitating.
David: What does that mean exactly? How would it levitate?
Emery: Well, levitation on this suit would have to do with white gold.
Emery: They needed the pure white gold from the ancient times.
David: But what kind of levitation? Could you be more specific?
Emery: Well, the suit is consciousness assisted, so by mixing these properties of the suit with this special white gold, you'll be able to levitate. Yeah, you can actually levitate.
David: To how much of a degree?
Emery: As much as you want.
Emery: And if the suit was built correctly enough, you could go to space with it.
David: Well, it is strange, because occasionally, here and there, you get these stories sometimes – there was one in Australia recently of what appears to be a man levitating in the air.
David: You know, a human figure . . .
Emery: Oh, right.
David: . . . just levitating in the air. How many of these suits are out there for people to test?
Emery: There's only two . . . I only know of two suits.
Emery: Yeah. I only know of two suits of this . . . from this manufacturer. Yes.
I'm sure there's MANY other suits. I mean, I've seen many Iron Man-type things out there, you know, like real . . . that kind of thing, but not to . . . not like this.
Emery: Because this is beyond, you know, nuts and bolts.
David: Sure. And I want to point out that Corey Goode, when I brought this up to him, he said that they had this in his Secret Space Program, and he used them.
And he did say that there was a momentary type of anti-gravity, that if you fell for like the last two or three feet before you hit the ground, it had enough gas to kind of levitate you before you hit the ground, so you make a smoother landing, but it's only a short term, brief levitational capability.
Emery: Yeah, the suit for jumping and for landing, with the suits that I'm aware with, had none of that. It had . . . was using electromagnetic fields to do that.
David: Oh, really?
David: And also, we've seen movies like “The Edge of Tomorrow”, the Tom Cruise film, “Live, Die, Repeat” . . .
. . . where he . . . the soldiers have these big bulk metallic chassis, . . .
Emery: Oh, right.
David: . . . and they can like move parked cars with them, and things like this.
Emery: Yes. That's very old school technology. It's used in every secret project. They're very common in underground bases.
Emery: Exoskeletons, like you saw in the movies – even in the “Alien” movies with Sigourney Weaver and stuff, those big ones.
Emery: They're much more smaller now. They contour to your body easier. They're very adjustable, and they're not as bulky.
And you can, you know, lift 10 times your own weight. You can lift . . . You're a human forklift is what it is.
Emery: But you're not . . . It's not made for jumping, or acrobats, or, you know, running at high speeds, the ones that I'm aware of.
David: What could it do for you if you get a laceration or a broken bone, or something like that? Does it have any countermeasures for that?
Emery: Absolutely. The suit itself will contract on that to stop the bleeding and add an coagulating factor to that, built into the suit.
Emery: Not only does it give you vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, nutrients, and other special proteins and amino acids, so you can communicate with the suit better, and the suit communicates with you, but it also can set your leg.
So leg breaks, that becomes now one solid piece.
Emery: Yes. It's amazing.
David: What about the pain? Does it have . . .
Emery: Yeah, it can give pain if you direct it to give pain, or if there's also operator induced. You know, like if you have the satellite - of course, [it] comes with a satellite – and the satellite will know.
And someone usually is communicating with you from somewhere with it. You're never, you know, just running around, and this kind of thing.
And this is completely the prototype, by the way.
David: So what would happen if you're feeling a great deal of fear, anxiety? Would the suit know that you're afraid? Would it have any way to help you with that?
Emery: Yes, it measures pheromones and chemicals in your body, constantly. So it's a constant laboratory.
So it knows if your adrenaline goes up. It knows when your heart rate goes up. It knows . . . You know, it will analyze things.
And plus, don't forget, it's usually connected to also a team that's watching you, and they will take precautionary methods and may, you know, administer epinephrine, you know, or morphine, or you know, whatever it is you need to be extracted out of where you're at, if you were really that hurt.
David: Does it have any aromatherapy capability?
Emery: Not that I'm aware of. I don't remember seeing anything like that.
Emery: I was not debriefed on that.
David: Well, it is interesting, because Corey's version of the suit is almost exactly the same as what you're saying.
One of the only things I remember HE said was that if you were upset, at certain times, it would give you a smell like lavender, or whatever smell you like, it can generate that for you.
Emery: Yeah, what it does, with this suit, is it doesn't use pharmaceuticals. It uses . . . Your body has its own chemicals to deal with stress.
And what it does is why it's so important that each suit is made for you is because once we do get your blood test, we actually measure all those chemicals in there that, you know, actually initiate fight or flight movements.
So it could give you really quick some dopamine and serotonin, which is cool, though it's an autologous dopamine and serotonin.
And autologous means it comes from your own body. It's just concentrated.
So it has the ability to help you heal and cure you, and add your own chemicals that you would need to do that, so you wouldn't have to, you know, take anything else. Like it alleviates all that pharmaceutical-type stuff.
David: If this were to be distributed to the public, how would we prevent somebody from – essentially like a terrorist – to becoming an indestructible super villain by having a suit like . . .
I mean, I guess, other people with the suit could defeat somebody like that.
Emery: Yes, it's not . . .
David: How would you stop that from being misused?
Emery: Yeah. Well, that . . . You know, that's the whole thing. So I think that the slow release would be to like the police officers.
And plus, it would be downgraded to just do for what they needed. Bulletproof. They wouldn't get to jump. They wouldn't get to run as fast. They wouldn't have as many fibers in it. It wouldn't have all the nutrients and all that stuff.
It would probably have more stuff to protect the person – more of just a protective suit, but nothing else to be superhero-type thing, you know.
And that's kind of how they want to launch that for civilians. And then make a civilian one that helps with people that are sick or helps people that have dangerous jobs even . . .
David: Like a lifeguard.
Emery: Like a lifeguard, or welders, or, you know, people that deal in dangerous positions where they get burned.
Emery: Yeah, firemen, like we just talked about. And then, you know, that would trickle down to the future suits of just everyone being able to have one, you know, that it just kind of keeps you healthy and keeps you strong, and, you know, that kind of thing.
David: Is the production of something like this technology kind of similar to how our chips in our smartphones keep getting better and better, and, as they get better, then they're mass produced? And now it's not expensive anymore because we're making them.
Could the suits ultimately get to be consumer level price, do you think?
Emery: Oh, absolutely, but it wouldn't have all, you know . . . It would be limited with features. You know, it's all about that.
So, yeah, you wouldn't be able to get the X-phone 20, but you can get the X-phone 10 today.
David: Ha, ha, ha.
Emery: Inside joke. But yes, I mean, that's how it works.
I don't' think . . . By that time, I do believe that we won't need to do that. I think these things will be able to be handed out to everyone. I think that we're not going to . . . We're going to be moving away from this consumer thing pretty soon – in the future, I mean, within the next 20 years.
David: I wanted to not leave this unturned. You said there was a problem with the helmet. Could you describe what the problem is? Why wouldn't the helmet be good?
Emery: The helmet is amazing. The problem with the helmet is pressurization and communicating with the suit, since it was a different developer.
Emery: It's just . . . The helmet works flawlessly. It's just it's not connecting to the suit correctly, because the suit is so perfectly sculpted to the body that the helmet is actually not, okay? So it's a little bit bulkier. Small – much smaller than a motorcycle helmet. Okay? And that's the problem, right now, they're having with that. But it's probably fixed by now. That was in . . . last summer. I mean, not last summer. That was the year before last.
David: So are we correct in saying that you have been given an opportunity to become a distributor for this as it rolls out to the public?
Emery: Yeah, more like a connector, I like to consider myself. I'm not so much on the business aspects of that stuff as I have so many other things going on.
But I would like to connect that, so it's, you know, put to good use to protect the people that are protecting us right now, you know, that are out there, such as the police officers, and the firemen, and the paramedics, and, you know, all of these other people in the civilian world, because, you know, it's getting kind of crazy out there, and they need some help.
They need to be a little bit more ahead of the game with these asymmetrical threats. And, you know, these things can, along with the helmets also, . . . There's no way something can sneak up on you, so . . .
David: I'm curious about things like international law and the United Nations, and how they might feel if a particular military gained access to this technology, and they would have such a disproportionate advantage in war that if the command structure of that country were to become compromised, they could enact some kind of global dictatorship of some kind.
Are there any thoughts about that?
Emery: Well, that's just an opinion, I would say. They didn't ever talk about . . . They don't talk about that stuff.
Manufacturers and inventors, and you know, politicians . . . or, I mean, not politicians, but the people that run those corporations, they do not, you know, think about long term.
They're more about who's going to, you know, pay the biggest money, and how they're going to do this, and we need that.
But luckily with this group, they're more compassionate, because they're, you know, . . . about it, because . . . I can't say any more about them, because I'll be . . . my . . . you know, I just can't talk about them personally.
And then, so, . . . but their heart's in the right spot is what I'm saying, and they want to do good. And they don't necessarily need it, . . . you know, to do war.
Emery: And it still hasn't gone that way, yet. But that's where it definitely could easily go.
I don't think any, you know . . . With all the drones out today, and all the other, you know, things we have that do not require a human being to be in to get the job done is where it's going.
Emery: So that's more of a threat, you know, for a drone to drop out of a satellite and be instantly deployed upon an area with stealth mode, and just, you know, . . . that with the simple technology of today. That's so archaic – I call it, but, you know . . .
David: I mean, it really does sound to me, just to summarize, that as Disclosure starts to happen, there are going to be so many surprises that we hadn't even anticipated that just this technology alone is like “Ascension” in a sense.
Emery: It is.
Emery: It gives us the ability to travel to the stars.
David: That's really amazing. Well, Emery, I want to thank you for being here. And I want to thank you for watching. This is “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock, with our special guest, Emery Smith.